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RE: [h-e-w] RE: Running interactive Subversion in emacs cmd shell

From: Peter Milliken
Subject: RE: [h-e-w] RE: Running interactive Subversion in emacs cmd shell
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2004 07:33:14 +1000


If you're brave enough to use the Emacs CVS tip you can get svn integrated
into the editor i.e. C-x v v will perform the "next operation" for you for
subversion files just as 21.3 currently does for files under cvs.

It's not terribly difficult to build it from source on a Windows box, the
important thing is to follow the directions exactly wrt getting the MingW
stuff - I had some terrible times until I was told that the MingW make was
required instead of the cygwin make :-)

If you have firewall problems accessing the repository (like I do), I have a
link to the nightly tar-balls that FSF create of the CVS repository for
emacs - it is bigger than getting the files directly via cvs of course
because you get the cvs repository as well as the "tip" :-).


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Raymond Zeitler [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 2:08 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: [h-e-w] RE: Running interactive Subversion in emacs cmd shell
> Did you try ^q ^j?  (In Emacs-speak, that's C-q C-j).  I know nothing
> about Subversion - is there a special mode for it?  C-q is 
> the standard
> key binding for quoted-insert, BTW.
> -----Original Message-----
>  Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2004 00:36:46 +0200
> From: "Geert Ribbers" <address@hidden>
> Subject: [h-e-w] Running interactive Subversion in emacs cmd shell
> To: <address@hidden>
> Hi.
> I try to run Subversion commands in a cmd shell in emacs on Windows XP
> (using emacs/bin/cmdproxy.exe -i).
> Emacs version: "GNU Emacs 21.3.1 (i386-msvc-nt5.1.2600) of 
> 2003-03-28 on
> buffy".
> Works perfectly until I get prompted for something: my answers don't
> reach
> the Subversion process, it keeps waiting for my answers.
> When I then quit the process with C-c C-c, the next process-prompt
> suddenly
> appears (but I am on the command-prompt again).
> Is there a special key-combination I need to use?
> I tried entering with ^M, \r, \n...
> Doing the same thing in a Windows cmd-shell works perfectly (just
> entering
> the answer with enter gives me the next process-prompt).
> What can I be doing wrong?
> Regards, Geert Ribbers

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